Introduction to Memory and Multimedia Whitepaper

Posted by Jimi Gipple on Mar 30, 2016 2:20:46 PM

We’ve all heard the myriad of eLearning buzzwords right? The mantra of Instructional Designers, confidently projected from the proverbial mountaintop by the eLearning industries leading thinkers.

"Engage the learner. Create interactive content. Gamification! This is the key to successful eLearning."

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Using Video in eLearning Part Two

Posted by Jimi Gipple on Mar 18, 2016 10:18:08 AM

A few weeks ago we posted a blog offering helpful hints for using video in eLearning. As a follow-up, we wanted to showcase a few forms and uses of video and highlight how successfully incorporating video can greatly benefit your training initiative.

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Using Video in eLearning Part One

Posted by Jimi Gipple on Jan 20, 2016 12:07:46 PM

Video is a learning game changer.

Video, when properly utilized, can be a powerful tool for actively engaging your target audience while supporting their learning processes to the fullest potential. Whether you choose to deploy your video as a simple standalone clip delivered via mobile devices or as an element of a larger eLearning course, video enables you to build a collection of learning stories from your industry’s high performers, key demonstrators, and leaders. It allows you to establish another level of connection with your learner; thrusting them into the moment, encouraging them to learn, and provoking them to react to the content at hand.

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ATD TechKnowledge 2016

Posted by Ed Gipple on Jan 6, 2016 3:56:00 PM
Attending ATD TechKnowledge next week? Come on by and see us! The Inquisiq R4 LMS team will be heading to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and would love for you to join us; we will be at booth #105 showing off the newest version of Inquisiq R4.
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eLearning in the Digital Age

Posted by Jimi Gipple on Nov 24, 2015 9:33:02 AM

In an effort to better understand the connection between shifting eLearning modality and the end user, it’s important to outline a few key assumptions about eLearning delivery. First, the workforce is changing.

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What Impact Does mLearning Have on Training?

Posted by Jimi Gipple on Oct 13, 2015 1:19:39 PM

What Is the Impact of mLearning on Training?

mLearning is undeniably changing the landscape of current and future education; a determined force driving forward despite leaving many designers in its wake. Adapting your design to reflect the technological and cultural growth of education is a necessity in an industry that does and SHOULD evolve rapidly to reflect the changing times.

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eLearning: Overcoming the Forgetting Curve

Posted by Jimi Gipple on Aug 18, 2015 2:36:10 PM

The human mind is immensely complex, at times capable of amazing feats of intellectual mettle, yet seemingly fragile and forgetful in other circumstances. Great educators overcome this contrast through genuine connection, striving to bring out the best in their learner. This theme rings equally true within the eLearning realm. How do you tap into your learner’s potential and truly leave the forgetting curve behind?

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Establishing an eLearning Solution within your Organization

Posted by Ed Gipple on Feb 11, 2014 12:40:00 PM

All types of training have their strengths and weaknesses; the best approach is often dictated by the purpose, need, environment, and overall situation. However, some organizations may have not yet delved into online training due to misconceptions or a simply not being comfortable with the jump into eLearning.

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Storyline updates and a Captivate TTS fix

Posted by Ed Gipple on Jan 30, 2014 4:08:00 PM

First, Articulate continues their excellent product support by releasing yet another software update, this one addressing a plethora of issues – including quiz performance, HTML5 rendering, and AICC/LMS tracking.

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HTML5: Standardize on MP4 (mostly)

Posted by Ed Gipple on Jan 20, 2014 3:01:00 PM

One of the most significant issues holding back wide deployment of HTML5-compatible video was the disparity of support between browsers. Back in 2011, we opined on the best approach to deliver video online which, at that time, was using Flash.

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